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    Setting My (Mid-Year) Goals

    Goals may also mean aims, targets, objectives or plans. We set goals at work and also in our personal life. Normally, goals are being set at the beginning of the year or before a project could start. But, for me, goals can be made anytime of the day as long as you’d put your mind into it and resolve to do it until the end.   Sometimes, we can be guilty of setting plans and goals but usually don’t get to the finish them. We get inspired and excited at first, but sometimes, when old (and bad) habits kick in, we don’t really get to achieve the goals we had…

  • Others

    Cropital – Helping Our Local Farmers While Growing Your Investment

    As a mother working full time, I’ve been looking for other ways to earn something extra. I’ve started online selling before, but it didn’t go on full blast because my sisters and I sort of hibernated when we started having kids. That is something I’ve meant to get my hands on (again) in the near future. For now, I need to plan (and study) about it further.   I’ve looked online and read blogs on other means to earn something extra. I stumbled upon the blog post of SavingsPinay.ph wherein she provided a very informative and comprehensive guide on three crowdsourcing platforms in the Philippines — Cropital, FarmOn, PhilCrowd. You…

  • Mommy Life,  Musings

    What I Can Say About Motherhood

    Happy Mother’s Day to all mommies out there! Although this is a belated post, it’s still not too late to show appreciation and honor to all mothers in the world. Let’s embrace the greatness of motherhood!   Olivia is still too young to understand this special day, so I’m just happy and contented with her usual hugs and kisses for now.   What’s Motherhood ?   Motherhood is like love that’s really hard to define. It’s as if your heart has grown 1000 times bigger.   It has been two years since I’ve become a mother. When I found out I was having a girl, I was actually scared. It…

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    Places & Experiences

    Kidzoona at Ayala Malls Cloverleaf

    Kidzoona in Ayala Malls Cloverleaf opened late last year. One very hot Sunday afternoon, we decided to escape the scalding weather and made a trip to this indoor playground.   This branch is bigger than the one visited in Lucky Chinatown Mall. Its price is also a bit cheaper — 200 pesos for 1 hour, which already includes one guardian fee. If there would be an additional guardian, you will have to pay 100 pesos. Socks are offered for 30 pesos a pair.   As mentioned on my previous post on toddler playground tips, we checked if the place was too crowded to let Olivia play in. Thankfully, it was…

  • Eats

    Hokkaido Ramen Santouka Ayala Malls Cloverleaf

    Hokkaido Ramen Santouka is a Japanese restaurant emerging from the popularity of the ramen culture in the country. One Sunday evening, we decided to give this restaurant a try. This is located at the ground level of Ayala Malls Cloverleaf beside Shakeys. Although I’m not really a good food blogger, I would like to write about our experience in this restaurant. Not only they offered good food, they also offered good service. The Menu Hokkaido Ramen Santouka offers: Ramen Rice bowl Curry and rice Pao Sushi Set menu and light meals Desserts Drinks The Ambiance Hokkaido Santouka is a casual dining restaurant. The one in Cloverleaf is cozy, organized and…

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